News file for: Chinese Academy of Sciences
The discovery of three squirrel-like fossils in China suggests that mammals first appeared much earlier than previously thought.
Scientists discover that flying reptiles first seen in a science-fiction film may really have existed hundreds of millions of years ago in China.
Representatives from more than 140 countries have elected Chinese chemist Li Jinghai as vice-president of the International Council for Science.
A peptide isolated from the skin of salamanders could help mimic the rapid wound healing seen in lower animals.
The joint effort between the Queensland Brain Institute and the Chinese Academy of Sciences will be the largest international research center for dementia.
Photodynamic therapy, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy have been combined in a single therapeutics and diagnostics platform.
The demonstration of SmB6 as a topological insulator could pave the way for new spintronic technology.
More than 200 scientists and 50 research institutes will collaborate on neutrino projects at JUNO.
A study of six pandas over six years shows that they migrate in order to switch between bamboo species which provide them with different nutrients required for successful breeding.
Pandas kept in captivity have good levels of genetic diversity, making it unnecessary to capture more pandas from the wild.